This quarterly provides a synthesis of many different articles from the Rutland Herald concerning the origin and building of the Rutland Street Railway. Each founder of the Rutland Street Railway Company is detailed, including his occupation and place of residence. The method used to construct the horse railroad is also explained down to the stock value and share number. The story goes on to speak of the race to build the railroad before Burlington built its own. Complaints and concerns about the tracks were also described as well as the actions taken by the Railway Company to fix them. It concludes with the transition to electricity ten years after its induction and its closure in the 1920s.